Learn More
For digestion of starch in humans, α-amylase first hydrolyzes starch molecules to produce α-limit dextrins, followed by complete hydrolysis to glucose by the mucosal α-glucosidases in the small intestine. It is known that α-1,6 linkages in starch are hydrolyzed at a lower rate than are α-1,4 linkages. Here, to create designed slowly digestible(More)
In heterogeneous multi-core systems, the scheduling overhead increases as the number of processor cores increasing. To improve the scheduling efficiency, a hardware scheduler is designed to assist the task scheduling for synergistic core in heterogeneous multi-core architecture in this paper, which support first come first served (FCFS) and dynamic priority(More)
For digestion of starch in humans, a-amylase first hydrolyzes starch molecules to produce a-limit dextrins, followed by complete hydrolysis to glucose by the mucosal a-glucosidases in the small intestine. It is known that a-1,6 linkages in starch are hydrolyzed at a lower rate than are a-1,4 linkages. Here, to create designed slowly digestible(More)